Everton defender Kurt Zouma scored a fantastic header for the Toffees in their easy win over London club West Ham United.
The French international centre back was on target for Everton in their 2-0 win over the Hammers away from home.
Zouma is on loan at Goodison Park from West London giants Chelsea having joined the Toffees during last summer’s transfer window.
He’s expected to spend the rest of this season at Everton before his future will be decided.
Everton manager Marco Silva has already said that they want to keep Kurt Zouma at the club by making his loan deal permanent.
The player has talked about how he’s enjoying his football at Everton amidst the opportunity to learn more under the tutelage of Marco Silva.
Kurt Zouma gave the away team an early lead off a corner kick from Icelandic international Gylfi Sigurdsson before Bernard added a second goal for his side.
It was the first Premier League goal for the Brazilian international Bernard since he joined them on a free transfer last summer.
Everton could have scored more than two first half goals against a poor West Ham United team but they were denied by the combination of poor finishing and fantastic goalkeeping on the part of Hammers goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.